Our consulting staff helps to smooth transition to today's technologies. We have the knowledge and talent to produce reusable and maintainable solutions using object-oriented analysis and design, database development and sound software engineering principles.
Technical Support - Technology is moving closer to the end user as firms move more business processes online. Demand is growing for those skilled in supporting and training internal and external customers, including help desk analysts and managers, systems administrators and technical trainers.
BCG has a team of certified engineers who can architect and manage your network infrastructure so your employees can focus on their work instead of worrrying about viruses, security threats, email problems, server errors on networking issues.
BCG offers consulting, training and project management in all aspects of technology. By using our consulting services for your information technology requirements, you free up internal resources, lower your operating costs, and raise your operating efficiency. Our expertise section provides a detailed list of the technology areas we specialize in.
Our technology team is even available during off-hours to help you with office moves, server migrations and upgrades. Our consulting staff helps to smooth transition to today's technologies. We have the knowledge and talent to produce reusable and maintainable solutions using object-oriented analysis and design, database development and sound software engineering principles.
Recent advances and investment in wireless and mobile technologies is creating a need for experts skilled in supporting systems that allow companies to share data with individuals outside of their internal networks.
Our primary areas of ICT competencies include:
Networking Services - BCG works with you to select the network solutions that is best suited to your technology and business strategies. We also help you implement new capabilities with minimal business disruption. Also, we are able to provide complete lifecycle solutions for long-term network support, management and optimization
Typical responsibilities for our networking professionals include:
Helping firms administer, define, maintain and expand local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and wireless local area networks (WLANs), including voice and data integration;
Incorporating distributed data, troubleshooting technical problems, developing, implementing and maintaining integrated programs to protect the confidentiality of an organization's information resources.
Typical responsibilities for our technical support professionals include:
Managing end-user hardware and/or software support; troubleshooting as needed; Training the end-user community on new systems; answering technical questions about equipment and software applications.
Typical responsibilities for our Internet development professionals include:
Creating Internet, intranet and extranet sites; Maintaining and supporting e-commerce sites and managing web-based application.
Database Management - Demand for database managers continues to grow within IT departments as companies look to collect, store, analyze and leverage existing customer data housed within their internal systems. Job titles requested most frequently within this category include database manager, database administrator and data architect.
Typical responsibilities for our database specialists include:
Monitoring and tuning databases for optimal performance and archiving of data; Analyzing business data requirements, maintaining and managing data models, and participating in the applications development cycle.
Applications Development - Applications development remains a foundation of IT departments, particularly as firms move to enhance client-facing applications. Those experienced in developing enterprise-wide Internet applications that integrate with legacy systems are highly sought after. Business systems analysts and application architects are in particularly strong demand.
Typical responsibilities for our applications developers include:
Writing, designing, testing and supporting complex software programs that, depending on the organization, are run on internal systems or packaged for sale and general use.
Project Management - As IT executives focus on maximizing their technology resources, the role of the project manager has become increasingly prominent. CIO’s look to these professionals to help minimize time and cost overruns while leveraging existing investments. Project managers are involved in all phases of an initiative from obtaining requirements and training end users to maintaining budget integrity and project scope.
Typical responsibilities for our project managers include:
Defining and prioritizing IT project requirements; Developing time and cost estimates, project plans and budgets; Developing, monitoring and coordinating project activities, such as scheduling, tracking and reporting
Experts in these specialties are among the many positions we fill. In addition, we place professionals including:
Information Services managers
Quality Assurance and testing specialists
Technical trainers and writers
and many others